An Altruistic Commitment To Community

Kappa Community Project, Inc. promotes youth development in science, technology, engineering and math. Our key program components include STEM Enrichment, Character/Leadership Training, Academic Planning, College and Career Preparation, and Parent Education. Our programs are designed to help youth in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay area and surrounding communities successfully complete higher education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and serve as positive role models and contributors to their communities. We rely on contributions and sponsorship to support our programs.

Kappa Community Project, Inc. is an IRS 501(c)(3) public charity.

Federal Tax ID Number: 94-2952968.

164 Monaco Court, Pleasanton, CA 94566

(510) 736-5278

Jeffery Brown
Mississippi State University-Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering Project Engineering Manager-Information Technology Specialist, Mojazz Enterprise, LLC. I want to utilize my experience in education, career and daily life to provide a continuum of engaged learning, research, service opportunities, and mentoring for young students.
Cecil Grimes
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration: Accounting degree, from California State University, Hayward. A Sr. Lead Financial Analyst for Kaiser Permanente Hospitals. Has a passion for helping the minority youth of the Bay Area reach their goals. As a founding Board member of the "Dress for Success" program, Cecil empowered youth to embellish a dress style that epitomizes success in their future.
Dr. Terrell Gray
Chief Financial Officer
Southern University, Baton Rouge (BS - Electronic Engineering), University of Phoenix (MBA - Technology Management), University of Charleston (Ph.D. - Executive Leadership). I excel in developing business to new geographies, establishing strategic partnerships to increase revenue.
Dorian Bohler
Director of Guide Right
Morehouse College (BS Physics) Georgia Institute of Technology (BS Mechanical Engineering) Wayne State University (MS Physics). Engineering Physicist at Stanford University National Accelerator Laboratory - I'm passionate about solving various technical challenges and writing state of the art software to run physics experiments. My ultimate goal is to become and entrepreneur in the tech industry.
John Norman
Records Keeper
He has completed course work in the fields of Communication, Recreation & Leisure at California State University Eastbay and Leadership Saint Mary’s College of California. Over the past (12) years John has worked within various non-profit youth development organizations that consist of: YMCA, LEAPS After-School Program, Hayward Parks & Recreation District and Boys & Girls Club.
Tyrone Guillory
Board Member
University of California, Berkeley (B.A. Business Administration). He is the Director for the Accounting Career Awareness Program which is an accounting based residency week long program that has been established to expose minority high school students to the career opportunities available in accounting, finance and other business related fields. I would like to help students by mentoring in every capacity.
Lewis Jordan
Board member
Fisk University Bachelors of Science in Sociology , Rutgers University Executive Directors Education Program, Executive Director Marin County Housing Authority. My biggest goal in the work I do is to partner with government entities and community based organizations such as schools , job training ,and health care agencies to better address systemic issues relating to generational poverty.
James DeFrantz
Board Member
Dartmouth College (BS Economics) University of San Francisco- Juris Doctor Pacific Coast Banking School-certificate in Bank Management I want to help our Kappa Leaguers develop their own ability to think critically and challenge the stereotypes and mischaracterizations that often are attached to young men of color.  I believe that in doing so, they will achieve academic success. 
Frederic Roots
Board Member
San Francisco State University (BA Political Science) Experienced people and business manager, and community organizer for civic and philanthropic causes. Helping students in under served and under resourced communities, overcome social and learning barriers to achieve their goals.
Michael Dudley
Board Member
University of Virginia (BA Sociology) US Naval War College (MA National Security and Strategic Studies) Serves as the Director, Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) Stockton, California. I want to help students visualize the opportunities available to them via a career in public service. I want to help students establish and set in motion the plan to finish school, go on to college, and prepare themselves for the future.   
James Parrish III
Board Member
University of California Davis BS-Psychology; San Francisco State University MA-Aministrative Education; MS Marriage Family Therapist & School Counseling. Serves as Middle School Principal at Benjamin Franklin Intermediate School in the Jefferson Elementary School District. As an African-American man, I understand the need for positive role models for young people in every field of human endeavor. I have dedicated my life to mentoring and support young people."


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2016 Kappa Alpha Psi Community Project Scholarship Recipients

Myles Youngblood - Aliyah Walker - Theodore Chatman - Azisa Todd - Christian Holt - Kennedy Mason

2015 Kappa Alpha Psi Community Project Scholarship Recipients

Daroda Brown - Isaiah Berry - Jaeda Smith - Khari Wright - Sydney Dean

2014 Kappa Alpha Psi Community Project Scholarship Recipients

Isaiah King - Loren Lassister - Olivia Lucas


Letter From The Director

The Berkeley Alumni Kappa League program is a developmental program that provides the necessary training for leaders of tomorrow. We typically enroll middle school students and provide educational resources until they graduate from high school. Our ultimate goal is to help young men gain admittance into four-year colleges and universities. We seek to work with individuals who have demonstrated the potential to be high achievers, but are currently under-performing. At the middle school level we help students overcome barriers to academic success by: assessing their academic performance in core curriculum. providing needed educational resources. developing good study skills. We teach our high school students principles of disciplined lifestyles that are required to attend the nation’s top colleges. We are currently focused on developing a fundraising strategy, which will allow us to continue to extend the program to new students while providing scholarships for our graduates. In this third year of our pilot program, we are looking to expand our program and provide scholarship support for our inaugural class of boys who will be graduating from high school in 4 years. To do this good and needed work, we seek financial support from individuals, organizations, and/or corporations that see the value that our work affords our community.

  • Dorian Bohler, Director of Guide Right

Current Scholarship Application
During the past 58 years, Berkeley Alumni's Kappa Alpha Psi Community Projects, Inc. has awarded over 700 Scholarship to deserving high school graduates. This program has been the cornerstone of the organization's national Guide Right Program. Students have attended and graduated from schools from the East Coast to West Coast and from Ivy Leagues to traditional Black Colleges. After students are selected for scholarships, members of Kappa Alpha Psi, follow-up on their progress through graduation. Many of the matriculating students return from college to speak with new student scholarship winners.    

The Scholarship application and guidelines for 2018-2019 are now available, please click the link below.

Kappa Alpha Psi Scholarship Guidelines 2018-2019

2019 Kappa Community Project Scholarship Application

Registration will be available Soon!

Students will explore computer science fundamentals through the usage of the programming language C/C++. Topics will include: compiler basics, strings, functions, arrays, and pointers. Students will also experience hands-on use of Arduino single board computers with accompanying kits including motors, sensors, and other electronic components.        

Actual Workshop (Saturday Only Dates):


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